Two things we’ve learned from selling furniture in a booth space. 1.) White sells. 2.) Coffee tables do not sell.
I’m a sucker for vintage decor. When I was younger, it never crossed my mind to shop at thrift stores or antique shops. Little did I know these were treasure troves of unique (and cheap!) decor items.
Adding vintage decor to your home isn’t difficult at all. To give you a little inspiration, I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite easy DIY vintage decor ideas from around the internet.
Happy Tuesday! Things have been crazy busy around here lately. My oldest is starting kindergarten this week. He’s doing the half day program so I’ll still get to hang with him for most of the day, but he’s super excited about starting at his new school.
Today’s project is a fun little challenge sponsored by the lovely folks at Hickory Hardware. Here’s the details: Hickory Hardware contacted us and 8 other DIY bloggers and asked if we’d like to participate in an IKEA Rast Hack challenge. They sent each of us an IKEA Rast dresser, hardware from Hickory Hardware, and a gift card to Menard’s to purchase Pittsburgh Paint & Stains, and any other supplies we wanted to use.
Featured In This Link Party:
DIY Beachy Sisal Rope Vase courtesy of Home Remedies Rx
Plus 5 Gorgeous Vintage-Inspired DIY Projects